Appalachian State Sustainable Energy Society (ASUSES) is a club whose purpose is to educate, enlighten, and inform students and the community about solar and other renewable energy applications, green building, and other aspects of sustainable living.
What we do?
ASUSES hosts workshops, special events, and other educational programs on campus and in the community to inform folks of the importance of renewable energy and sustainable living to our environment and future generations.
This club is open up to any ASU student or community member who is interested in sustainable energy. We welcome and encourage students of all majors and all experience levels to join. If interested come to our next scheduled meeting or email us if you have any additional questions.
We meet every Thursday at 7:00pm in the Sustainability/Appropriate Technology Lab(178) on the second floor of Katherine Harper Hall(If you enter the front of K. Harp go through the set of doors directly in front of you, walk up the stairs and turn right, the door to room 178 will then be on the left). Bring an appetite too, because pizza is usually served. Depending on the current projects and events, we may meet more frequently and in different locations.
Club email: firstname.lastname@example.org
President: Micheal Toland: email@example.com
President: Garrett Fekette: firstname.lastname@example.org
ASUSES hosts workshops, special events, and other educational programs on campus and in the community to inform others of the importance of renewable energy and sustainable living to our environment and future generations.
Katherine Harper Room 178 (Appropriate Technology Lab)
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Membership Requirements includes attending 2 meetings a month and the payment of dues, which are $20 for a full academic year or $15 for a single semester.